Three Ireland still confident on O2 merger

Three Ireland said it remained confident that its planned merger with O2 Ireland would be approved, although the European Commission has today decided to move to a Phase 2 examination of the proposed acquisition.

6th November, 2013
Three remains confident

Three Ireland said it remained confident that its planned merger with O2 Ireland would be approved, although the European Commission has today decided to move to a Phase 2 examination of the proposed acquisition.

"The Commission’s decision to open an in-depth investigation is not unexpected in the context of previous statements ... that it would take a close look at in-country telecoms mergers and does not in any way prejudge the final outcome of the Commission’s...

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